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PROJECTED BY Sou. Nikam Swati R. (M. SC. B. Ed. )

PROJECTED BY Sou. Nikam Swati R. (M. SC. B. Ed. )

Unit : - Nutrients

Unit : - Nutrients

Subunit : 1. Carbohydrates: -

Subunit : 1. Carbohydrates: -

Plant Sources of Carbohydrates: A. Cereal Grains – 1) Wheat

Plant Sources of Carbohydrates: A. Cereal Grains – 1) Wheat

2) Rice : - 3) Corn : -

2) Rice : - 3) Corn : -

4) Jawar : - 5) Ragi : -

4) Jawar : - 5) Ragi : -

B. Tubers – 1) Sweet Potato : -

B. Tubers – 1) Sweet Potato : -

2) Potato : -

2) Potato : -

C. Fruits – 1) Grapes: - 2) Bananas: -

C. Fruits – 1) Grapes: - 2) Bananas: -

3) Mangoes: - 4) Apples: -

3) Mangoes: - 4) Apples: -

D. Steam – 1) Sugar Cane: -

D. Steam – 1) Sugar Cane: -

Animal Sources of Carbohydrates: A. Cereal Grains – 1) Milk & Milk Products

Animal Sources of Carbohydrates: A. Cereal Grains – 1) Milk & Milk Products

Functions of Carbohydrates: 1. Supply of energy. 2. Protein sparing action. 3. Regulation of

Functions of Carbohydrates: 1. Supply of energy. 2. Protein sparing action. 3. Regulation of fat metabolism. 4. Dietary fiber source.

2. Proteins : -

2. Proteins : -

Plant Sources of Proteins: A. Legumes & Pulses– 1) Lentils Bengal gram, lentils, rajma,

Plant Sources of Proteins: A. Legumes & Pulses– 1) Lentils Bengal gram, lentils, rajma, tur, moong, & udid.

2) Tur : - 3) Moong : -

2) Tur : - 3) Moong : -

B. Nuts – Groundnut, walnut, cashewnut & almond. 1) Groundnut 2) Walnut

B. Nuts – Groundnut, walnut, cashewnut & almond. 1) Groundnut 2) Walnut

3) Cashew nut 4) Almond

3) Cashew nut 4) Almond

C. Grains – Wheat & rice. 1) Wheat 2) Rice

C. Grains – Wheat & rice. 1) Wheat 2) Rice

D. Leafy Vegetables – Spinach, fenugreek, etc. 1) Spinach

D. Leafy Vegetables – Spinach, fenugreek, etc. 1) Spinach

Animal Sources of Proteins: A. Milk , Butter , Ghee –

Animal Sources of Proteins: A. Milk , Butter , Ghee –

B. Eggs & Meat –

B. Eggs & Meat –

C. Fish & Fish Oils –

C. Fish & Fish Oils –

Functions of Proteins : v Growth & maintenance. v Enzymes. v Regulation of metabolism.

Functions of Proteins : v Growth & maintenance. v Enzymes. v Regulation of metabolism. v Hemoglobin. v Transport of nutrient materials. v Structural proteins. v Antibodies.

1)What is antibodies ? 2)What is the function of digestive enzyme ? 3)Define enzyme.

1)What is antibodies ? 2)What is the function of digestive enzyme ? 3)Define enzyme. 4)What is protein sparing ? 5)Write down plants & animals sources of carbohydrates?

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